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[audio]NHPControlFreaks - Jeff Chidester
Nationally syndicated columnist Terence P. Jeffrey tells a different story. Jeffrey reveals how liberals are trying to transform America from the limited government of the Founding Fathers into the unlimited government of liberal control freaks.
Keywords: Jeff Chidester New Hampshire Perspective Control Freak Terrence Jeffrey
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[texts]The Schematism of Natural Language - Inger Bierschenk
Language processing can hardly be discussed without a statement of the fundamentals on which the instrumentation rests. The models and their operationalisation express the linguist's starting-points, more or less conscious, when he faces the phenomenon of language. A commonly accepted position in linguistics is that language is a set of culturally transmitted conventions. The language describing these conventions is called a linguistic model when it forms some systematics...
Keywords: agent function; Kantian schema; AaO-model; perspective control; empirical validity
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[texts]Language as Carrier of Consciousness - Inger Bierschenk
The purpose of the discussion in this article is to give an evolutionary background to a method developed for the analysis of language seen as expression of intention and morality. The method is named “Perspective Text Analysis”. This name indicates that beyond the physical dimension of a text there is a metaphysical one, which can be discovered by a formal mechanism. The cue component of this mechanism is the Agent, which controls the perspective of the text...
Keywords: language evolution; AaO-axiom; consciousness; language model; perspective control; Kantian schema; agent function; morality
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[texts]The Knower in the Known: A Theory of Information Synthesis - Bernhard Bierschenk & Inger Bierschenk
An ecologically oriented theory of in­formation synthesis is presented in this paper. A model for the analysis of intentionality and orientation as expressed in natural language is put forward. The thesis is that knowledge is the result of an active inquiring agent (knower). His cognition rests on the extraction and abstraction of invariants. It is a mark of mentality that the knower always conceives the meaning of object-event relation­ships...
Keywords: AaO system; knower; information synthesis; agent function; perspective control; visual cliff
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